This space hosts the two Stansell boys, who share this bedroom that could also be described as their own little well-curated museum of interests. Their personalities and evidence of their adventures are proudly displayed around their room. If you look closely you’ll spy that at least one of the boys is a budding chef. They also have a small family of hamsters between them, and they love yellow tractors. The boys’ room is a really good example of how I approach kids' spaces: always go monochromatic with walls and bedding. Between their toys, books, art, rugs, etc. there will be plenty of opportunity for stimulation/adding interest without becoming too busy. My fave in the room? The drapes are perfectly appointed: they look fun and put an exclamation point on the entire space.
Custom-stained neon yellow hardwood floors bring an unexpected pop of color to this boy's nursery. A clean-lined Oeuf crib features contrasting black-and-white striped bedding, while a tool box is used as a cool dresser.
Before the makeover, this little boy’s room didn’t show his love for fishing or space at all. As part of a Dwell with Dignity makeover, designer Egypt Sherrod redecorated the space to make it more personal.
The homeowners wanted a space for their boys that was both fun and masculine, so designers used a navy, teal, walnut and gold color palette to create this shared boys' room that has private spaces for each of the children.
Stylish, separate showers and a long, trough sink add function to the boys' bathroom. These features allow the large family to get ready at the same time without sacrificing a certain level of privacy for the brothers.
A clean-lined Oeuf crib features contrasting black-and-white striped bedding, while a custom marquee sign personalizes the space. Custom-stained neon yellow hardwood floors bring an unexpected pop of color to this boy's nursery.
Pattern and texture fill this boy's bedroom, creating a playful and exciting space. A graphic rug grounds the space, while abstract wallpaper is used as a focal wall behind the bed. Organization is essential in kids' rooms, so the bed features drawers underneath for extra storage.
The Astronaut Themed big boy room for the homeowners' four year old son has a vibrant navy wall on one side that gives the space a "dipped" look, while the astronaut bed linens really bring the theme to life. And shelves add plenty of display space.
A vibrant shade of blue, this kids bedroom is the perfect design for a boy. Space was limited, so a slipcovered armchair and small acrylic desk provide a place to work on homework, while the mirror includes an indoor basketball hoop to practice the perfect shot. The dresser resembles a locker, adding to the cool factor.